About the Artist:
Mohona Bhadra (@artofmisanthropy) is an artist and illustrator based out of Kolkata, India. She works primarily with pieces inspired by nature (with florals and botanicals being her main focus), although she does dabble in other subjects from time to time. Mohona has had the privilege of contributing her work to several group and solo shows over the years (including one in Tubingen, Germany) as well as published anthologies (Tales to Tell: Romance, 2016) and online zines, and most recently she has worked on creating content for brands like Tata Tiscon.
Here's what you'll learn at the workshop:
Modern folk florals are heavily inspired and influenced by traditional Scandinavian and Hungarian folk art. These illustrations allow the artist or practitioner to explore a traditional form while experimenting with styles, shapes, and colour palettes that have a more modern touch to them.
- The basics of folk floral illustrations (including working with shapes and common motifs
- Choosing the right colour palettes
- Adding embellishments and details, and more
- To create a complete composition using those tips.
- At the end of the session, each participant will walk out with a piece uniquely their own.
- Paper (130-180 gsm; may be white or toned)
- Pencil, Eraser, Ruler
- Coloured pens (sketchpens/markers/brush pens/Gelly Rolls / coloured gel pens)
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The workshop will be hosted via Zoom. We will send you a unique Zoom link a day before the workshop for you to join.
- Date: June 12th, 2021
Time: 5pm IST
- Duration: 2 hours
- Cost : Rs.549/-
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